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p''r r T wsssss)wli c sss w mmm r w m ssy ass I ' w sa sse o sw w sareraaraa' sa ss we se V V V t V -, t E C 0 N 0 M c A L' S P E E D Y, R E. S U I! T F U L W A N I A D S D 0 T H E J 0 a 1 Q C TWf NASHVUL I TIMNISStAM, tnj,f. um II, 155 I REAL ESTATE I 14 REAL ESTATE Auction Soloa REAL ESTATE M Auction Sale 14 A wet ion Salt! WILLIAM TYNE'S DISPERSAL COMPLETE SALE 120-ACRE FARM WITH STOCKED FISHING LAKE AUCTION Friday, June 17th, 11:00 A.M. Rain or Shine 8V2 Miles South of Nashville on Beech Creek Road Thu farm, owned and formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrt. William J. Tyne, is located in WILLIAMSON COUNTY on Beech Creek Read. From Nashville go Hillsboro Hwy. (431) 6V2 miles to Beech Creek Road, follow arrows 2 miles to auction. The sturdy built LOG and FRAME home, nestled in the foot hills of Williamson County, has 3 rooms, hall, Vi bath, utility room with oil furnace, laundry room, kitchen and screened-in front porch first floor. Upstafrs are 2 bedrooms, 2 tile baths, storage and many closets. OUTBUILDINGS: Leg guest house, smoke house, stock bam and milk house. LAND: 120 acres, most of which is pasture, lies level to rolling to steepy rolling. Approximately 45 acres in cultivation or could be tractor cultivated. LAKE: On north side of house nearby is the late stocked with Brim and Bass in 1953. TOBACCO BASE: .6 acre. WATER: Well with electric pump, 4 ponds, 3 springs and lake. LIVESTOCK: 20 young Holstein, Guernsey and Jersey dairy cows and 1 Holstein bull subject to registration all of good quality. FARM EQUIPMENT: Ferguson tractor with disk harrow, bush and bog disk harsow, 2 disk plows, cultivator, seeder, corn planter, timber saw and pulley; Bush & Bog disk harrow, eulti-packer, manure spreader, scoop; JOHN DEERE 40-5 ROLLER CRAWLER TRACTOR with lights, power take-off and No. 61 dozier blade, four-wheel trailer; New Holland baler; factory built Reynolds Hammer Mill complete with molasses mixer and meeter, mounted on a 4-wheel drive; Willis eep; cut-off saw; Reo truck about 400-gallon gas tank and two trailers. DAIRY EQUIPMENT: International milking machine. 8-can Wilson milk cooler, wash vat. can rack, can hoist and 12 10-gallon milk cans. Practically new equipment. Hay, 470 bales oat, rye oat and crimson clover. POSSESSION: Delivery of deed. LIBERAL TERMS. THIS POPULAR SIZED FARM, LOCATED IN ONE OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S MOST PROGRESSIVE SECTIONS, OFFERS AN IDEAL FARM HOME FOR THE FARMER OR CITY DWELLER AND A COOD INVESTMENT FOR THE INVESTOR. This property is serviced by free school bus, milk and mail routes. There are two Nashville phones. REAL ESTATE 14 Auction Salot ABSOLUTE AUCTION Sat., June 18, 2 P.M. MODERN BRICK 4713 Crinstead PI. Only 2 blocks off Gallatin Road from red light at Hayesboro Ave. See sign. Thu modrn and c'nh brick consists or 2 lovtly bedroom with large elosgti. til bam and shower, linen closr. hall with i Urge closets. Iivni room, dinmj room with built-in china press modernistic kitchen, lots of metal cabinets, hardwood floors electric heat plastered walls, tnsulated weatherstripped. attached faraa. ceiled concrete floor. Uun-drv facilities. Lot 70x150. There is a good loan on this property that can be assumed. EZELL DICKERSON Agent 4-0586 AUCTIONEERS JIM STEVENS Realty & Auction Assoc. JOHN ANDERSON SALES MANAGER JIM STEVENS AUCTIONEER 28.25415-5357 1317 Gallatin Rd. A GOOD LUNCH WILL BE SERVED PRE-SALE INSPECTION INVITED Col. Fulton Beasley, Auctioneer TRUE REALTY CO. Phones 1071059 Public Square. Franklin, Tenn. WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S OLDEST REALTY FIRM FRANKLIN COUNTY FARM ARQiQIUTE AUCTION Architect, Dies BFO.N Friday evening. Jjce It 1. Mis gut Benson. Survived b butad Js W Benson: oe.i titer, airs R C. Ciod. tan, fc.m M HwsfflS asftviue. tp-daughter. Mis C.ara Jercgan. 6sn fed jo. Cl:f.. step-sons. Brat-Bard Jeicmau. fcsanssuie. lnd . Herman W. Jenifers. Deirou. sis'ers. Mrs. Fd Canuauy. Cenirr-tille. Tenn. Mrs. Eluabtlb. bates. Dallas, Texas, brother. John V. and O, B. hajringion. HoiUenvilie Otila . C. P. Harrington, rnirnn Sprmgs Trnn.: lour grandem:-tiien. Remains are at the chape! of Pettus-owen ft Wood. m C'harioite Ate. wheie funeral aers-icrt will be Monday afiernoon at o'elocc. conaiictcd by Bra. inom-ti Warner. The following sriil Pae aerse as aetne pa. .bearers: Clyde a hue. t H. Randolph Eugene Bfraiin, Victor T. tial.l-buriun. Aivia Slubbiefleld. Edd Cannady. Bn and Hay Arnold, interment. Mount Olivet cemetery. Prltus-Oaen at Wood. i-J-iJ. -ttn. MrKINNET At a: o'clock. Satur day morning. Jute 11. IM. at local infirmary, tin. Lula Mc-Kinney. Survived by daughter. Mrt. i.eo Wise; brothers, W uliam Simpson, Roy Simpson. Maihrw fcimpion; liner. Mits Mlncie Binip-aon; three trandrbildren. Remains are at the funeral home. Marshali-Donnelly-Combs. ill 2Sin Ave.. Norm. Funeral from Bible Presbyterian Churrh at 10 30 o cloca Monday mormnf. Rev. Fred Biroud officiatlnc. Pallbearer are: William Simpson. Jr., Robert l Boob J l Smith. Jerry Wise, Joe Kraft, Dave Wise, Gilbert . Hime. Oliver Sullins and Robert Carney. Interment. Bpnm Htll Cemetery. Marshall -Donnelly -Combs. LIVESTOCK FARMING TOOLS & HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUCTION SALE Thurs., June 23rd, At 10:30 A.M. Located mile west of Nolenj- villt Road on McMurray Drive, turn at Tusculum ichool. see sian. I have sold mv farm and must ajivt possession. Everything must sell LIVESTOCK 64 HEAD 40 head of milk cows, lersey and Holstein. ona tina Holstein bull, 7 lersey ana Holstein heifers. 13 jersey and Holstein calves, 2 mares, ona 3-vear-old work hore. FARMING TOOLS One H-Farmell tractor, ona lohn Deere drill II year old', one larce mar.ure spreader (I year old I, one tractor mower, one tractor plow (disc), en side delivery rake, one cultipaeker one corn planter (1 year did. one tractor wagon, one old Ford truck, one, tractor due harrow, one tractor cultivator, 2 watering troughs, ona hog feeder for 12. one Seree milkin ma chine cow hitches one milk coo'er, ona electric water heater, 100 bales of hay. 350 locust posts. HOUSEHOLD GOODS One bedroom suite, ona breakfast table one chair, ona bed, one dresser, ona couch chair, ona alec-trie ranse. ona oil heater, many other items too numerous to mention LUNCH WILL BF SERVED H. H. BLAZIER Owner T. M. CRINNELL Agent BILL HALL Auctioneer Phone 97-5311 9-6572 SPAIN Friday mormni. June 10. In St. Petersburg. F.a , William Howard Spain. Survived by ido. Mra. Hiloa Mae Haney 8pain: two daughters, Mrs. (Jilliam Traughber and Mr. James Travis Mccord. both of Kasnville. and five arand-rnildren. a.idy being returned tn Nashville. Funeral airangemenli to be anno'inred. Out-of-Town Deaths Buffalo Valley, Tenn. A.MEK.0. Saturday afternoon June 11. 19S5, at his borne, hultalo Vailey, Tenn.. route 1. Marvin Anderson K 46 Survived by mother. Allie Anderson. Butlalb Valley: ai.steis. Mr. Betty Neil McKjnney and Mrs. Nellie Bell Cieniry. Bul-filo Valley, and Mrs. Myrtle Hill. Lancaster, lenn.; brothers. Kivin Anaerson, Hlrkman, Tenn.. Odell Anderson, Donelson. Tenn.. Jewell Anderson, Buffalo Valley, and Da-lelee Anderson, Canton. Ohio. Remains are at the home. Funeral aervices Sunday afternoon at 2 o clock, at GordoDSVllle Nararene rnurcn. Services conducted Dy Rev. Luther McBrlde and Rev. Ray-Raymond Jones. Interment Oor-donsvllle cemetery. Bass funeral home. Gordonsvllle In charte. Svlvia. Tenn. BFRRY Suddenly, Frldsy June 10. 19.iS. at 11:15 a m.. at hia home near Sylvia. John Herbert Berry, aee 61 yean. Survived by wile. Mn Pllna Hall Berry, three daughters. Mrs. Evelyn Loean, of Slavdrn, Tenn., Mrs. Joy Groves, NeDtune. Tenn.. Mus Louise Berry of Cumberland City, Tenn., two sons, Paul Berry of Cumberland City, Maurice Berry, of Clarks-ville. mother. Mrs. Armentla Berry, of Sylvia, two brothers. Oscar and Holland Berry, both of Sylvia, five sisters, Mrs. John Brown. Mrs. Jack Young, both of YDsllantl. Mich., Mrs. L. 8 Jones. Liberty. Texas. Mrs. V. L. Wester-man, and Mrs. W. B. Lyhe, both of Sylvia, 12 grandchildren. The 'e-malna are at the home, funeral services from the Sylvia Baptist Church. Sunday June 12. lo5 at 2 00 p.m., conducted by Bro. Roy Hardesty. Interment Dickson Union cemetery. Arrangements by Dickson Funeral Home, Dickson. Tenn. Services Tomorrow For Heart Victim; Burial in Darlington Russell E. Hart. 82. Nashville architect who designed th Tennessee governor's mansion, died of a heart condition at 2:30 p.m. yea terday at-St, Thomaa hospital. He had been a patient at the hospital lunce May 11 when he suffered a heart attack at his home at 212 Jackson blvd. Funeral aervicea will b2:30p.m tomorrow at Finley-Dorri A Charlton funeral home, 2423 West End ave. The Rev. Robert Shaw will officiate. Burial will be In Darlington. S. C. The body in at the funeral home Mr. Hart, a partner in the engi neering firm of Hart, Freeland 4 Roberta, had ervd aa architect on many buildings throughout the state, including the National Life building, Hermitage hotel, and the Interstate Life building at Chatta nooga. He also designed the new wing of the Nashville Baptist hospital, ths Gothic tower atop Chrit Episcopal church, the Belmont Heights l. '.'t' isis mm osim mnw '? ' ' f ' 'J 1 fl I LxL AUCTION Farm and Personal Property of the Late Herbert C. Smith Saturday, June 18, 10 A.M. LOCATED AT GEORGIA CROSSING, FRANKLIN COUNTY. TENN. 3 MILES FROM DECHERD, 3 MILES FROM COWAN AND 4 MILES FROM WINCHESTER ON NEW BLACKTOP ROAD H Has 6" acres of good rich land. 61 acres in cultivation, 4. acres in woodland Improved wth 5 roorn hotAe with water in house, kitchen sink, built-in cabinets. Has two new barns and all necessary outblidings, also double K"a?e Nearly all of this farm Is under new fence. Farm in alfalfa, wheat, barley, fescue corn, and oats. All of the crocs so with farm, farm in hgn state of cultivation: on mail route, school bus. peddler route and milk route Located in very jme community; this olaca is one of the mn.t desirable farms in this a-ea being only seven minutes drive from three cities. VERY EASY TfRMS. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION FARM MACHINf RY I Et'a Good Farmall A Traitor, Plow, Cultivator and Disc Harrow. Same as new lohn Peere Rubber Tire wason Same as new lohn Deere Tractor Mower 1 Same as new Bullion Ba 9 tt Cult rarker Several Thousand Feet of Lumber 1 Set of Good Platform Scales I Power Seed Cleaner Several Bushels of Crimson Clover Seed All kinds of Shoo Tools Bearing Ford Tractor, Plow and Cultivator, li i Model, Newiv nvernauien Seeri! R-.Hs p.f new Fence Wire and 1 1952 Combine with Motor Fiib VVita I Several tons of baled Altalla Hav A LOT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Telephone 3332 To Be Shown This Property, Contact: MRS. ADDIE SMITH, Owner, on farm Cowan, Tenn. BOB WINTON AUCTION CO. TEL. 5H4 or 5T37 DECHERD, TENNESSEE Licensed Auctioneer, Bonded and Licensed Real Estate Agent and Broker WE MAKE FARM LOANS Dispersal AUCTION SALE 80 Head of Herefords Model and Polled Sat., June 18, at 10:30 A.M. COODLETTSVILLE HOME AUCTION Sat., June 18th, 2 P.M. Sat., June 18 at 2:00 P.M. Glenn's Service Station Selling due to owner leaving state. LOCATION: Ona mil west of White Bluff, Ten. on U. S. Highway ;u (known as rh Broadway of America', mam artery to New lohnsonville, Kentucky Lak and Memphis, lenn. Approximately bOO ft. of road front age, improved with a new Duiia-ing c6nsisting of space toi restaurant with grease proof tile floor, pine paneled walls, acoustical ceilings, living quarters corsists of large living room, picture window, 2 bedrooms with hardwood floors. ample closet space, kitchen with electric stove connection, plenty water. This is an ideal location for a truck stop, tourist court, restau rant gift shop, grocery stor. filling station and fishing tackle and bait shoo, and any other typ ot business. PRF-SALE ' INSPECTION INVITED, terms announced day of sale. SALE RAIN OR SHINE. $25.00 FREE $25.00 ED L. JENKINS Sales Manager HORACE EDGMON Auctioneer MID-STATE Realty & Auction Co. 4-3493 this beautiful place at vnur price INSPECTIONS WELCOMED ' $15 FREE Mike McCorley, Agent Goodlettsville 9-5316 RAMSAY O T m.le, !00 H,shv.,v. 1 mile ! R PA TY Tt A C T ON hevond Hj'ce'h River Bridge, see; Madison 1-31.11. Dial 4-l-331 1.1 head ct White Fjce excellent! breeding and color, cows and! ce'ves springers, voung service hulls and good heifers Good selection ot animals for 4-H and FFA students Machinery consists of tra'tor plow, planter, corn sheller, disc, water trriugns and miscellaneous items This is a close-out sale due to iilnes and sellir-g farm MRS. IRENE M. REESE, Owner LUNCH SERVED LOCATION; One mile north of Oood-letusville on US 41 tSprinifield Hlihwajt. HOUSE: Consists of larae livltitUSIT Martha St. room, separate dlnme room. 1 nire'cl u for the best In Auction Selling btdrjflma, n'.ctlr arransrd kichrn. modern bath, breerpsvs and attached carave. permanent atalrwav tn floored attic with ample apace for bedrooms. LOT- innoo without bulldlnis. A level deep fertile lot. Onnr has purchased firm. r von will have the nriviiese or mmnr AUCTION InCollege Area Sat., June 18th 2 P.M. Choice Rental Property or Home With Income 2000 24th Ave., South Just Off Fairfax Big Brick Duplex 5 rooms and bath on first floor. Extra large living room. Big wide concrete front porch Rents for $60.00 per month Private entrance to second floor of 6 rooms and bath. Rents for $50.00 per month. Hardwood floors and plastered walls thrughout. Separate light meters and gas meters, gas water heater to each apartment. All located on big shady level lot. In choice neighborhood of all good homes. Terms announced day $25 Free $25 Give Anderson Realty & Auction Co. 110 Union St., 4-8377 Greenbrier, Tenn. FELTS Mrs. Ida Fox. aie 80 rears. died at the Robertson County Hospital, Friday eight, June 10. 1955. Widow of the late. J. J. Felts, ol Greenbrier. Survived by six daughters. Mrs. Frank Matthewa, Greenbrier, Mrs. C. B Bracey, Joelton, Tenn., Mrs, H. E. Simpson, Nasn-vtlle, Mrs. Joluinv Matthews, of Ridnetop, Tenn., Mr. W. H. Elam. Springfield, lenn., Mrs. J. E Watts, Nashville: five sons, Felix Felts, of F'avettevllla, N. C.. J. W. FelU. Nashville. H. C. Ed and Jesse H, Fella, all of Joelton; one aister, Mra. Tom Winters, ot Adams, Tenn : tlx brothers, Mrlvin Fox, of Thomasvllle, Tenn.. Jim. John, L. F., Jesse P., and Charlie Fox, all of Nashvlllj; 29 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. Remains are at the Associated F'u-nersl Home, in Springfield, where eervices will be held Sunday, June 12. 1955, at 3 30 put., by He. C. T. Bowen. Key. Roy Sublette, and Rev. John I. Dickson. Active pallbearers. Grandsons; O. W. Bracey, Dicky Bracev, Tburman Matthews, H. C. Tarr, Jimmy Hailey, and Billy Whitson. Interment Elmwood eemetery. Associated Funeral Directora, in fharge. Sprmgtield, Tenn. Murfreeaboro, Tenn. PFAR80N June 11, 1955 at her homr, 1109 East r.ytle it.. Mra. Henrietta Barker Pearson, age 5. Survived by two daughtrrs. Mrs. A. C. Ealy and Mrs. J. N. Dear-man, one son William L. Pearson all of Murfreesboro; three brothers, Lawrence Barker. Oscar Barker, both ot Readyvllle. and Vance Barker, Murfreesboro; five aisiers. Mrs. John Parkhurst. Mrs. 8. E McElroy, Mrs. Jim Winfrey, all ot Murfreesboro, Mrs. Jim Pachall of PorterflelrJ, and Mrs. Annie Alexander of Readyvllle. Funeral from Woodfln Memorial chapel, Monday June 13 at 2 P m, by Elder J. h. Jackson and Elor Oeorge DeHoff. Nephews will serve as pallbearers. Interment In Evergreen cemetery. Woodfin Memorial chapel In charge. Horace E The Smith Peonies Ajctioneer Antioch, Tenn Phone Noin5ville 5!6 HORACE T BMITH, Aurnoneer llves'ork and Ra P.s'a'e Phnae. Nniersvllie 4-assa AUCTIONS - An'Uheie ,itim Ca l PT,TO.N KEA5LET. mnitiin lenn. Pfcoce Jil. AUCTION Tues., June 14 at 10:30 A.M. ABANDONED STORAGE COVERT STORAGE COMPANY 420 Davidson St. Horace E. Smith Th. Fecp'e'i Auctioneer AT AUCTION 50 Head of White Face Wed., june 22, at 1 :30 P.M. LOCATION: 5 miles on Ed-mondson Pike off Nolensville Highway, 1 mile south of Oglesby. 0 extra good White Far eows and heiteis. good breeding and color, service bull, one voung bull. IOHNNIF C. MILLER Owner Horace E. Smith The Peoole'a Auctioneer Antioch, Tenn. Phone Nolensville VV erf now hooking; tummer end fail sales Civ us a call tor honest, efficient auction service em real estate, livestock and p'. ona! property. AUCTION Sat., June 25 at 10:30 A.M. 6 Miles Nolensville High way, turn left Haywood Lane, 2 miles. 35 Dairy Cows and Heifers TB and Bangs Tested lersevs, most are registered, have won many blue ribbons at ttate fairs. S-can CE. cooler, DeLaval milker with barn pipe. 12 milk cans atramers. hurkets and other items, OHN BRUCE ODELL THARP Owners LUNCH SERVFO y Antioch Methodist Church Horace E. Smith The People's Auctioneer Antioch, Tenn. fhone Nolensville 5-2S6. rCTtONS ANT TTPi O. Q RAWIJ CO Sorlntfiela Tenn Phana 4a AfCTIONS Contact. O. 8 Moor A eon, Springfield. Tenn Phone 100 In Butinfsi 3i Yfr. St. Petersburg, Fla. SPAIN Suddenly Frldsy, June 10th lavs, at his home In St. Peters burg. Fla., Dr. William Howard SDaln. 5S. Survived by wife, Mrs Hilda Haney Spain, Bt. Petersburg. Pla : clauehtera. Mrs. G. O. Traughber. Nashville. Mrs. Travis McCord. Nashville; five grandchildren: sister. Miss Fannie Spain, Cross Plflins. Tenn. Remains will arrive Union Station, Nashville, Monday, June 13th, 1955. at 1:50 p.m. end will be conveyed to Barber Funeral home. Milldale. Tenn., where services will be conducted Wednestiav, June 15th. at 10:30 m. by John W. Berklotf, minister Active Dallbearers Burgess Thom as. Dr. Joseph E. Swann. Felix Yntrs. H. B. Covington. J. E. Cov lngton and Charles L. Talley. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery near Springfield Barber Funeral home. Orlinda. Tenn.. 2121. Card of Thanks RAl I.KW We wish to express our sincere gstttude to all who helped by aym palhy. kindness and flowers, to lirhten our grief during our be rravement, In the death of our dear husband, father and son. THE BALLEW FAMILY. W.Hampden, ' Actor, Dies FamecJ Shakespearean Stricken in Cab On Way to Work at 75 HOLLYWOOD r Walter Hampden, 75, the famed rtor nf stase, screen and television, dieii yesterday at Cedars of Lebanon hospital. He suffered a strok Thursday. The veteran aotor, particularly noted for his Shakespearean roles, ram tn Hollywood from New Yorlf. county. His parents were Fate andjt0 take a ro)(, ln movie. He start- Edna Jackson Dorns. Pd WOrk Bt MGM dtudlo Wedneer. In addition to his lumber bust- day. Hampden was stricken In ness, Mr. Dorrls was a farmer jtaxicah the next nay while on nil and a retired rural mall carrier, way to the studio. William Dorris Rites In Greenbrier Today SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. Funeral services for William Smith Dorris Sr., 67. of Greenbrier, Tenn , w ho died Friday, w ill be at 1:30 p m. today at Greenbrier Methodist , church. The Rev. Rov Sublette and the Rev. H. H. Bixler will officiate. Burial will be in Elmwood ceme tery. The body is at the Greenbrier r ha pel of the. Associated funeral home. Mr. Dorris, owner of the Green brier Lumber company, died in Vanderbilt hoerpital, Nashville, after suffering a stroke Thursday. He was a native of Robertson He was a member of the Green brier Methodist church and the Laymen's club, and wu active in the Robertson County Farm Bu reau. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Myrtle. Hackney Dorris, whom he married In 1912; three daughters, Mrs. Robert B. Cllnard and Mrs C. R. Matthews of Nashville; and Mrs. J. W. O'Rear. Memphis; four sons, Jimmy and W. Smith Dorris Jr., Greenbrier; Charley Dorris, Camp Gordon, Ga.; and Mac Dor ris, Anchorage, Alaska; a brother, Erneert Dorris; and six sisters, Mrs. Dalton Luton. Mrs. Susie McMur- try, Mrs. Gilbert Phelps. Mrs. Lloyd Faries, Mrs. Mary Webster. and Miss Stella Dorris, all of Greenbrier; and four grandchildren. Russell E. Hart Designer ol many buildings Baptist church, Green Hill Shop ping center and upper room of the General Board of Evangelism. Mr. Hart was born in Darling ton, S. C, the son of Dr. Robert K and Theodoeie Eason Hart. He was graduated from Furman university at Greenville, S. C, Iti 1895 and spent the early part of his life in architectural firms in North Carolina, Virginia and Knoxville He spent a year in Faris study ing Gothic architect, and later was employed in th office of Ralph Adams Cram, noted New, iork city architect. Mr. Hart came to Nashville in 1910 and became a partner in the present firm of Hart, Freeland A Roberts. He W'as married to the former Miss Elizabeth Douthit of Greenville, S. C, in 1900. She survives. Mr. Hart was a 33rd degree Ma son, a memher or the American Institute of Architects, and of the St. George's Episcopal church. Other survivors include a son, Maxwell Hart of Chattanooga, Mrs. Lula McKinney Dies, Riles Tomorrow Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Simpson McKinney, 2206 Patterson st., will be at 10:30 a.m., tomorrow at Bible Presbyterian Church, 902 Monroe st. The Rev. Fred Stroud will of ficiate. Burial will be at Spring Hill cemetery. Mrs. McKinney, who lived most of her life in Nashville, died early yesterday morning at a local in firmary after a long illness. Born in McMinnville, Tenn.. daughter of William and Carolyn Simpson, she married Julius McKinney more than 40 years ago. Mr. McKinney died in 1947. Mrs. McKinney was a member of the Daughters of America. She ia survived by a daughter, Mrs. Leo Wise; three brothers, William, Roy and Mathew Simpson; a sister, Miss Minnie Simpson; and threee grandchildren, all of Nashville. Pallbearers will be William Simpson, Jr., Robert Smith, Jerry Wise, Joe Kraft, Dave Wise, Gilbert Hime, Oliver Sullins and Ro bert Carney. Mrs. Nasha Benson Services Tomorrow Funeral services for Mrs. Sue Benson, granddaughter of one of Nashville's earliest settlers, will ba held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Pettus-Owen and Wood funeral chapel, 4506 Charlotte ave. Mrs. Benson, wife of Nasha W. Benson of 2209 Murphy ave., suffered a heart attack at her home Friday night and was pronounced dead upon arrival at Baptist hospital. Daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Brown Harrington of Nashville, Mrs. Benson spent most of her life here. She was a granddaughter of Neal S. Brown, w-ho settled in Nashville around 1800, shortly after the city was founded. She was a member of Central Church of Christ. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Benson is survived by a daughter, Mrs. R. C. Croft, and a son. Sam M. Williams, both of Nashville; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Clara Jernl- gan, San Pedro, Calif.; two stepsons, Brsynard Jernigan, Evans-ville, lnd., and Herman W. Jernigan, Detroit; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Cannady, Centerville, Tenn., and Mrs. Elizabeth Bates, Dallas, Texas; three brothers, John Y. and O. B. Harrington, Holdenville, Okla., and C. P. Harrington, Primm Springs, Texas, and four grand-j children. After the stroke he appeared 1r show some improvement but yes terday Dr. Gerald Blankfort sail he was not responding to treatment. Born Walter Hampden Dougherty in Brooklyn, the actor would have been 76 June 30. He began. Shakespearean roles in 1901 with, a company touring Great Britain, He returned to the United State and began a long career in the, r ; , 4 William McCorkle Dies in Jackson HENDERSON, Tenn. William McClaln McCorkle, 69, Cheater county register since 1942. died yesterday following a heart attack. Death came in Williamson hospital in Jackson, Tenn. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Unity Baptist church near here. Burial will be ln Unity cemetery. Survivor include his widow, Grace Kee McCorkle of Henderson; a son, Earl, Miami, Fla., and a daughter, Mrs. Hammond Fowler, Nashville and Rockwood, Walter E. Haley MOUNT PLEASANT, Tenn. Walter Earl Haley, 38, died yesterday at hia horns here, of a heart attack. Funeral services will be at 4 p.m. today at Williams Mount Pleasant funeral home, with the Rev. Low ell Knupp officiating. Burial will be in Arlington cemetery here. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Alberta Haley; a daughter, Miss Betty Ruth Haley, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Haley, all of Mount Pleasant; one sister, Mrs. Talmadge Green, Columbia, Tenn., and two brothers, J. C. Haley. Columbia, and Kenneth Haley, Lewisburg, Tenn. Walter Hampden Movie role cut short American theater. He had been president of the Players club in New York since 1928. Ona of hia notable achievement was 1000 appeaiances in Edmond Rostand's romantic comedy, "Cyrano de Bergerac." His films included "All About Eve." "The First Legion." "F1v Fingers," "Treasure of the Golden Condor" and "Sombrero." His home was in Ridgefield, Conn. Surviving are his widow, English Actress Mabel Moore, and a eon, Paul, of New York. Hampden waa graduated from, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute In 1900. At the institute he joined ill dramatic society. At lfi he portrayed Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice." He later went to J'rance tn studv music. He left Paris and ran off to England to join the touring F. R. Benson company. For the. next three years he played Shake, spearean roles ranging from comedy to tragedy. His biggest success was as Rom?o. A performance as Hamlet established Hampden's reputation as an actor in London. Returning to the United States, he made his American debut as leading man for Alia Nazimova in a comedy, "Comte3e Coquette." His performance in "The Servant in the House" brought critical acclaim. For 10 years thereafter he performed in light plays. Then he did "Julius Caesar.' "Hamlet" and "MacBeth" at thu Shakespeare playhouse in New York, His performances were so well received that he determined to confine himself to serious roles. Harry W. Forde Funeral sprvices for Harrv W. Forde, 317 Harvard ave,, will b at 30:30 a.m. tomorrow at. the Fin-ley-Dorris & Charlton funeral chapel, 2423 West End ave. Dr. A. L. Currie will offiriate. Burial will follow at Mount Olivet cemetery. Mr. Forde died Friday night in a Nashville nursing home, following a two-year nines. He would have been 74 years old in July. He is survived by a sister, Mrs, Griffin M, Lovelace, "West Hartford, Conn.; a brother, Clifton D. Forde of Nashville; and two nephews. Pallbearers will he Harry M. Hayes, Cecil D. Hayes, Tom Forde, James Zarecnr, Oscar F, Nye, Lit-tell Ruet and Joe E. Wilson. In Memoriae EVTRETT We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for their teleerams. rards of rondnlenre and floral tributes during the recent loss of our mother, sister, grandmother and aunt. Mrs. Jo-Ella Ev erett. Your thouehtfmness and kindness will always be a precious memory. Oeorge Everett. Sr., children and randdaiihter. Mr. and Mis. J. E. Howlett. Sr. and Jr., Mrs. R. 1,. Farthing and Mrs. Marian Lowe. FRl'ETT ln loving memory of Charles T Pruett, who passed away, June 11. 1951: Dear Charles. God made the sunshine ln the sky. Tour smiling face and kind brown eyes. Ha gave you breath and with his love made you divine But best ot all he mads you mine. Sadly missed by daughters, mother and Irene. Colored Out-of-Town Adams. Tenn. THOMAS Robert I.acy. died Thurs day night, June 9. 1955, In Adams Tenn. Survived by his wife, Mrs l.!7ie Thomas, of Adams, two daughters. Mrs. Joseoh Finnry, 8t Louis, Mo.. Mrs. Floyd Watt, of Cleveland. Ohio, five sona, Charles E Wallace. Jlmmv L. Thomas, all of St. Iuls, Mo. and Alex Thomas, of Clarltsville, Tenn., William H, Thomas, of Nashville, steo-father. Charles Cooley Adams, several grandrhildren. Remains are at Mesgs Funeral Home, until 12 00 o'rlorlt, Sunday, ai which time remains will be taken to Bells Chapel Baptist Church where services will be held al 3:00 p m., 8unday, by Rev. T. E. Winston and Rev R. 8 Stevenson, officiating. Honorary pallbearers Peacont of Bell's Chapel Baotls! Church. Active pallbearers. W. I. Cameron. Carter Fisher, Cleveland Young." Link Payne. Ous Washing ton. John Oreen. John Bcott. Ous Harden Interment Bell's Chapel Cemetery. Meggs A Sons, In rhsrgs , Colored Card of Thjnki THOMPSON- To all whs wara so kind ami thoughtful during our bereavement we offer tur most heartfelt tnanti. alii. . Morloa ana ratnllr. Mrs. League Dies in East Mrs. Nancy Legaue, former Nashvillian, died Friday at. the Lonsr Island, N. Y., home of her daughter, Mrs. Ida Ruth Northern. Survivors, besides her husband, Dr. J, L, League, Nashville, include two sons, James and Lyle League, and Mrs. Northern, all of New York city. jBcatlj potters FORDE Friday evening, June 10, 1955. at a local Infirmary, Harry Vf. Forde. Survived by sister, Mrs. Griffin M. Lovelace of West Hartford. Conn.: brother. Clifton D. Forde of Nashville; nephews. Tom Forde, Jackson, Tenn.. and Douglass Forde. Dallas. Texas. Remains are at the apartments of Flnley Dorris ft Charlton Co., West End at Twenty-filth avenue. Funeral from the chapel Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock, conducted by Dr. A. h. Currie. Pallbearers will be Harry M, Hayes. Cecil D. Hayes, Tom Forde. James Zarecor, Oscar F. Nye, Littell Rust and Joe E. Wilson. Interment. Mount Olivet cemetery. Flnley Dorris tt Charl-ton Co. HART Saturday afternoon, June 11, ly:i5. at 2::i0 o'clock at a local infirmary, Russell E Hart. Survived by hia wile, Mrs. Elizabeth Douthit Hart: son, Maxwell D. Hart, Chat-tanooRa. Tenn.; grandson, Russell E. Hart II; several nieces and nephews. Remains are at the apartments of Finley Dorris and Charlton company, West End at Twenty-fifth avenue. Funeral from the chapel Monday afternoon at J 30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Robert M. Shaw. Interment Darlington. S. C. Flnley Dorns and Charlton company. MATHCOckFrlday, June 10, 1955" at a local Infirmary, J. FredHath-cock Sr. Survived by his wife. Mrs. Hazel Rice Halhcock; sons, Alfred L. Hathcock and J. Fred Halhcock Jr.! three grandchildren; sister, Mrs. J. L. Henderson, of Decherd, Tennessee: brothers. Sam J. Hathcock, of Lebanon, John Ed Hathcock, of Duthan. Alabama. Addison 8 Hathcock, Milan. Tennessee. The remains are at the parlors of Roesch-Palton company. Ill Broadwav. where funeral service! will be conducted Monday morning, at 10 30 o'clock, by, Dr. C.aye L. McOlothlen. The following will please serva as pallb'srers. Hnnnrary: Olenn Bainbrldne. Bon Wrieht, C. D. Davis, H. C. Williams, and Retail Lumber Dealers of Nashville. Active; Travis Stroud. P. L. Es-Mn, Vernon Williams. John 0 Wilson. Floyd Adklsson. J. O Ooodmin. Henry McNshh, Clarence. Crow. Interment Spring Hill cemetery Rgesch-Patton Company. i-Hil. The Week at Tennessee State Homemokers Conference Set at TSC Tomorrow By MABEL CROOKS Tennessee Stats Correspondent The 1955 state homemaklng conference which opens at 10 a.m. tomorrow In th Library's faculty conference room will attract home economists from over the state. First general session is at 2 p.m. Tuesday at 10 a.m. there will be a symposium on "Home-making Education Looks Ahead." For five days the conferees will study some fundamental bases of good human relations and their implications for homemaking teachers, pupils, administrators, and their communities. Consultants will Include Miss Margaret Browder, state supervisor of home economics, and Miss Dorothy Gordon, director and home economics teacher trainer at Alcorn (Miss.) A&M college. Workshoppers Plan Speech and drama department head, Dr. Thomas E. Pnag, and his Summer theater workshop-ers are concerned with the organization and management of the non-professional theater. Projects during the coming 10 days of their two-week period will deal with the educational theater in public schools, colleges, and universities as well as the community theater in civic centers and churches. A summer theater festival and a professional summer touring theater will grow out of this session. The semi-professional summer touring theater already has a schedula of appearances which includes Alabama AAM college at HunfsvMle, Alabama state college at Montgomery, Albany (Georgia) state college, Florida AAM university at Tallah'assee, Bene dict college and Allen university at Columbia, S. C. Eighteen new and two returning faculty members have been added for the summer. In addition, Mrs. Mazie O. Tyson of the geography department who has been on a year's leave to drj special work for the U. S. Government in ths Virgin Islands, is expected to return July 1. This will bring the number to 21. New summer faculty members are: Mrs. Rose M. Banks of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Carnin Banning, Nashville; Mrs. Thelma Rochelle, Evansville, lnd.; and Mrs. Dorothy Stevens, Murfreesboro library service. R. B. J. Campbell Jr., Nashville business. Mrs. CarrU M. Denney, Nashville; Dr. C. E. Rochelle, Evansville, lnd., and Dr, Johnetta K. Williams, Chattanoo-ga education. Miss Pearlie Gas-away, Memphis mathematics. Mrs. Cleo Hamilton, Atlanta, Ga., and Harold Phelps, Nashville psychology. Macon G. Hinton, Raleigh, N. C. civil engineering. Mrs. Madeline B. Houston, San Antonio, Texas speech and drama. Willie L. Kean, Louisville, Ky. health education. Mrs. Kath-erine Patton, Nashville sociology, Mrs. Ruth Powell, Nashville special education. Miss Lois Towlcs, New York, N. Y. music. James Watklna, Nashville physical education. Mrs. Marinelle Crouch Moses ln biology and Henry Hyrrles, geography, are returning from a year's leave. Walker Goes to Greenland Capt. Charles E. Walker, assistant professor nf air scienca. and one of (he original group that activated AFROTC detachment. in 1951, has received air fore, orders for reassignment to Thu! air force base, Greenland. At present he Is attending Instrument school at Berry field. AM JUi. aVA ai A iVJLjI ai avA aAAa

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